Roberta Ann Nigon

September 27th, 1935February 2nd, 2019

Roberta Nigon, 1213 Jefferson Ave., Louisville, CO passed away on Saturday, February 2, 2019, she was 83 years old. She was born September 27, 1935 in Jackson, Minnesota to Clifford and Edla Williams and married Gerald Nigon on September 27, 1962 in Cheyenne, Wyoming and have lived in Louisville ever since. Roberta worked as an elementary school teacher for the Boulder Valley School District for over 30 years. After retirement, she taught school at Beautiful Savior Lutheran school. Roberta held a M.A in Elementary Education, with a +60 credit hours. She worked as a substitute teacher out of BVSD for an additional 10 years. She was a regular at the Lafayette Rec Center and played an active role in her church as well as in the lives of her grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church in Broomfield, CO. She is preceded in death by sister Wilma Vachuska and brother Carl Williams. She is survived by sons Daniel Nigon (Tina Boss) and Mark Nigon (Katrina); sisters Thelma Dunker of Jackson, Minnesota, Bernice Weweitzer of Minnesota, and Maxine Jenkins of South Carolina; grandchildren Jacob and Zachary Nigon of Seattle, Washington, and Barbara, Laura, and Sarah Nigon of Firestone, CO. There will be a visitation at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church starting at 9AM on Friday, February 8, 2019 with a funeral service beginning at 10AM. Interment will immediately follow at the Louisville Cemetery. A reception will take place from 12:30-4:30PM at the Elks Lodge in Louisville.

 
Services

There will be a visitation at Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church starting at 9AM on Friday, February 8, 2019 with a funeral service beginning at 10AM. Interment will immediately follow at the Louisville Cemetery. A reception will take place from 12:30-4:30PM at the Elks Lodge in Louisville.

 
Cemetery

Louisville Cemetery

Location

None

Church

Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church | Map

Condolences

Both my daughter,s had Mrs. Nigon in fourth grade at PioneerElementary. She was the most kind and loving teacher to them and to me! Though she will be missed, she will always be remembered fondly. Janet, Brooks, Sheena and Brittany Brown
I will always remember Roberta and miss her smile, sense of humor, and kindness. She reached out to me soon after my husband passed away in 1980 and I had two little boys and she had been widowed with two sons, Mark and Dan. We instantly became friends and she was so supportive and encouraging. And I was a teacher too. She loved her sons and family, as well as, her students. I will miss her. Renee Schwalger
I worked with Roberta at Pioneer for many years. She was one of my favorite teachers. Just a joy to work with. Love You Roberta! Rest in Peace. Christine Bala
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